BenQ GL2450HM 24-inch Widescreen LED Multimedia Monitor (1920 x 1080, 2 ms, VGA, DVI-D, HDMI, Windows 7 Compatible) - Glossy Black - £111.97 Delivered @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Currently the #1 best selling monitor on Amazon, cheapest i've seen it. Seems great value for money with lots of positive reviews.
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#1
Looks good, heat given. It had been down to £109 once, but that was November 2013.

http://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B005OPLG0O/amazon.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0&lang=en
1 Like #2
A "Windows 7 compatible" monitor? Who'd have thought it? I've been searching for years for one of those......
#3
Patr100
A "Windows 7 compatible" monitor? Who'd have thought it? I've been searching for years for one of those......

Thanks for quoting this, I been stuck for ages. Have to keep popping down internet cafe! X)

Edited By: snappyfish on Aug 01, 2014 21:14
1 Like #4
We use these at work. Very good and reliable on macs, windows and ubuntu machines. Clean clear colours and very sharp. Easy to calibrate too which makes them good for photoshop work.

I can't speak for gaming and audio quality though. Maybe someone else can chip in on that. Heat from me :)
#5
Will it work as a tv? With external box input of course...
1 Like #6
Babbler
Will it work as a tv? With external box input of course...
I have one of these monitors for the ps4 and the audio is very bad so had to use external speakers. The sound could be ok for TV but won't be great.

Edit- sorry it's not this monitor I use it's the 1ms mlg monitor by benq so can't comment on the sound sorry.


Edited By: VoRnY on Aug 01, 2014 21:26
1 Like #7
This is a great monitor. I bought it last year and have had no problems so far. Has worked really well for gaming. I'm not a hardcore online gamer, but I have played games like Far Cry 3 and Sleeping Dogs on single player recently, and they have looked fantastic.

As for sound, I connect via DVI so haven't had the chance to use it. But does anybody use the built-in sound with any monitor these days?
#8
Its only two pounds lower than what it normally sells at but still its cheaper so I'll give it heat.
#9
morgie
Looks good, heat given. It had been down to £109 once, but that was November 2013.

http://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B005OPLG0O/amazon.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0&lang=en
http://www.tobidornot.com/wp-photo/upload/benq-gl2450hm-24-inch-widescreen-led.jpg

Strange the price hasnt moved much since last year. I guess computer screens have reached a certain plateau.
#10
Got it for £113 a couple weeks ago. It's great - apart from the speakers, which are ****.
#11
Can someone please tell me if the screen is glossy or matt.
#12
Booyakka
Can someone please tell me if the screen is glossy or matt.
Matte
#13
I have this monitor for sale if anyone interested, I haven't listed it yet, but will sell for around £90 no offers. I'm in Birmingham. no box, just the monitor on its own.
#14
Use lots of Benq in work. Excellent.
#15
What are the viewing angles like - especially if you tend to find yourself slumping and slowly sliding down in your chair? :p
#16
It's not a bad monitor by any stretch but why is this so good when it's only a TN panel with no other real stand-out features? Just seems like a fairly standard 24" LCD LED backlit monitor at an above average price (when compared to other monitors):
http://www.ebuyer.com/store/Computer/cat/Monitors/subcat/24%22-Monitors?sort=price+ascending (as a comparison point)
#17
This screen is a TN panel which is better for gaming since you get a faster response time, but the viewing angles are worse... they always write some nice viewing angles on the specs... but with TN panels you get gradients at a much narrower angle than the viewing angle specified, still it's not bad and it is the norm for gaming screens.

I bought a 24" benq screen recently but it was the VA version, more latency but better viewing angles .... and I am amazed at this screen... love it... I had problems with other screens because the LED flickering gave me headaches but these zero flicker ones are great.
#18
The GL2460HM with thinner bezels and lower power consumption is also available for £118.98. Just purchased one myself:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00AQBWMZ4
#19
shakilwashere
Booyakka
Can someone please tell me if the screen is glossy or matt.
Matte
thanks pal
#20
Unit is £125 now. :(

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